Smart Education in UK : Things you learn when you move to Leeds, UK

Moving to a new place can be a nerve-wracking experience. It doesn’t help matters that local customs and colloquialisms can make your new home seem even stranger. Luckily, Leeds folk are a friendly bunch and, if you’re fortunate enough to move here, you’ll soon learn your way around. In the meantime, to offer a helping hand, we’ve compiled a list of some things you’ll soon learn once you arrive in our fair city.

1)Your favourite drinking den will change on a daily basis.

And just when you think you've nailed it, another one opens up

2)The names you refer to baked goods with is a topic every bit as controversial as politics or religion.

“Can I get a roll, please?” It's a question that will be met first with a quizzical look, followed by one of these responses:

“You mean a breadcake?”

“Nah, you’re after a bap, right?”

“Are you sure you don’t mean cob?”

3) For some inexplicable reason, the city is home to its very own Egyptian Temple.

And what's inside Leeds Temple Works (apart from art exhibitions)? One of the largest rooms in the world, of course.

4)You're never more than six feet away from a beard.

And we mean in any direction – they're everywhere.

5) Union and League are two very important words, learn what they mean and choose carefully.

Also, if you’re from the south, it's best to remove the word rugger from your vocabulary altogether.

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